Thanksgiving-its imprints can be traced way back in history to 1621 where farmers used to carry out the feast to show respect to nature for the abundance of food they received during the harvest season. As times changed, the traditional decoration of farms to urban decoration of houses and streets took place.
Here are some creative ideas you can use to give your house some pleasant decor that’ll keep you and your guests reminded of what you all should be thankful to:
Add Vibrant Flowers
The use of vibrantly colored flowers in your yard, patio or porches will definitely give off an autumnal ambiance that will highlight your special occasion décor. You can use flowers like torch sedum and torch lilies to border up the flowers beds. You can also use mums flowers to decorate your patios or porches.
Use Hay Bales
Hay bales are really significant in landscape ideas for Thanksgiving; they really go well with the fall season and give a good base for putting potted flowers and squash guards near your patios and railings. You can even use these to make a tall standing line of pumpkins.
Use Tall Corn Stalks
You can prepare this with the help of a tall tree in your yard or any pillar on your porches. Wrap corn stalks around that the trees or pillars. Arrange some pumpkins and potted flowers in various colors around the corn stalks. Use small white vine leaves to wrap around the tree or the pillar you’re preparing the corn stalks with.
Paint Your Patio Bench
Adding a bench on your patio helps your guests sit outside and enjoy the traditional decoration of your yard. To add an extra fall touch to this bench, paint it orange or red and add some potted plants on the top of it to give a cozy look.
Drape Silk Flowers
Dried flowers, dried berries, ribbon and raffia are some really authentic elements for Thanksgiving that will add a unique traditional touch to this festive season. Hang some of them on your main entrance gate and let your visitors see the pleasant and cozy environment of your well decorated home.
Use these creative and unique ideas to create a pleasant landscape this Thanksgiving!